It may be over 20 years since Neville Longbottom graduated from Hogwarts, but he is still here scoring points for Gryffindor by Caridron-Lode.
On Monday, Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis took to Twitter to post a tweet, which was probably racing fans’ hearts faster than the golden trench’s wings.
I am lying if I told you that I do not immediately drop everything and click. But when I did, the short link didn’t take me to a news article about the upcoming adventure Harry Potter and The Last Thistral – it took me to the gov.uk page, which showed people in the UK to vote in the next part of the country Allows registering for the general election.
Yes: Basically, if you want to vote in the general election on December 12, the deadline to register is 11:59 pm. On November 26. Like many other celebrities and people on social media, Lewis was simply reminding people not to miss the deadline.
Lewis’s tweet has since been shared more than 11,000 times. How many houses are equal to the points?
It is also great to see that Matthew Lewis did not break the remarks made by people to vote. This is very beautiful for all those who support the message, and no one is telling where people fall on the political spectrum.
Of course, those who are really looking forward to a new Harry Potter film starring by the original cast are still waiting. It seems unlikely to happen. We still have three more great Beast Movies scheduled for theaters first, and it looks like a long shot that something more will be planned with the broader franchise until it does, but who knows is?